Epic Boons Alternatives 5E

Hello adventurers and dungeon master’s alike to the final episode of the epic boon series at least currently unless wizards decide to add anything new which they’re kind of famous for but at present moment this will be the last episode. It’s on it the alternatives to the epic boons kind of what to do with those 20th level characters that you don’t want to give boons to. So let’s move on to the mechanics and kind of how it would work out. You can also check out our other epic boons 5e.

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Mechanics

You might decide to grant one of the following rewards to a 20th-level character, instead of awarding an epic boon. These two options can be awarded to a character more than once.

Ability Score Improvement: The character can increase one ability score by 2 or increase two ability scores by 1 each. The ability score can now be increased above 20, up to a maximum of 30.

New Feat: The character gains a new feat chosen by the player, but subject to your approval.

Really good stuff there! Well let’s get to my personal thoughts on it. You can also check out our epic boons 5e homebrew.

Thoughts

Be honest with you, i don’t find this to be terribly necessary. The epic boons are pretty well balanced all things considered with a couple exceptions but for the most part i think they’re pretty good. They’re kind of worded almost exactly like feats are anyways. If anything i think there is a lot of feats that are better than them. So bear that in mind, but you know that being said let me know why you might decide to do this instead of the boons down in the comment section. I’m just kind of curious. Also read this minor boons 5e.

Conclusion

That being said guys, thank you so much for checking out i really appreciate it. That being said guys, thank you so much once again i really do appreciate it. I hope you all have a great day and as always happy adventuring. Also check out this what is the epic boon of undetectability? | what is the boon of epic spellcasting? | what is the boon of invincibility? |

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